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Q&A: Atom™ at Decibel

Q&A: Atom™ at Decibel

While I was in Seattle I got the chance to speak with prolific German producer Uwe Schmidt, aka Atom™. Given his background and the interesting projects he has done, such as his Latin style productions as Señor Coconut

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Electric Daisy Carnival Will Return to Vegas in 2012

Electric Daisy Carnival Will Return to Vegas in 2012

After a successful move from Los Angeles to Las Vegas last year, EDC will return to Sin City in 2012.

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Weekend Club Roundup

Weekend Club Roundup

Enjoy the Fleet Week-end with packed dancefloors and talented artists all around town!

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Preview: Tiger & Woods live at BeatBox

Preview: Tiger & Woods live at BeatBox

Tiger & Woods stepped out onto the emerging disco/house scene a couple years ago with a goal in mind to share fresh and timeless cuts in the best possible way. Larry Tiger and David Woods like to keep their fans guessing as to who they…

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Bikes & Beats with Jon H of Fort Knox Five

Bikes & Beats with Jon H of Fort Knox Five

Fort Knox Five is one of the biggest movers and shakers in the modern funk music scene and member Jon H regularly excites dancefloors with his infectious beats and fun loving nature. He comes through the Bay Area this Friday to rock the Bikes &…

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DJ Q&A: Steve Aoki

DJ Q&A: Steve Aoki

When he was barely 19, Steve Aoki started Dim Mak Records out of his college dorm room. After recently celebrating the label’s 15 year anniversary, Aoki discusses his love of San Francisco, the evolution of Dim Mak, and the label’s new weekly Obey the Kitty…

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Album Review: DJ Shadow 'The Less You Know, The Better'

Album Review: DJ Shadow 'The Less You Know, The Better'

Creatively spinning music for over twenty years, DJ Shadow is well known for his bending of genres and deep use of samples. His recent fourth studio album The Less You Know, the Better was released this week after a five year hiatus and has been…

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Live Review: matthewdavid, Christopher Willits, Oval at Benaroya Hall

Live Review: matthewdavid, Christopher Willits, Oval at Benaroya Hall

The final showcase I chose to cover for Decibel took place at the Nordstrom Recital Hall. Needless to say, this was a different sort of event than any of the other ones I attended.

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Okkervil River, a Band With Vigor

Okkervil River, a Band With Vigor

Will Sheff and company release a new video touching on the concepts of growing up, developing a sense of self and the memories related to those early days.

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DJ Q&A: J-Boogie

DJ Q&A: J-Boogie

SF resident J-Boogie has come a long way in the course of his 18-year career. Almost exactly three years ago, SF Station spoke to him just as he was just releasing his sophomore album, Soul Vibrations, which went on to receive much praise and acclaim.

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Weekend Snapshot: Toro y Moi @ Great American Music Hall

Weekend Snapshot: Toro y Moi @ Great American Music Hall

Rising star Chaz Bundick, and leader of Toro y Moi, brought his band and electrifying sound to the Great American Music Hall for two nights this past weekend.

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Monday Mix: Tracks From Bands in the Bay Area This Week

Monday Mix: Tracks From Bands in the Bay Area This Week

It’s Monday again. But fear not – we have a brand new Monday Mix to help you get through the week. This week’s playlist features music from An Horse, Little Dragon, Peter Bjorn & John, and Girls.

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